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Auctioneer Masterson Brabander Auctions, LLC - Barbara Masterson & Robin Brabander Auctioneers 330-421-9263
Auction Date Feb 17 Auction
1480 Pearl Road
Brunswick, OH
Time 04:00PM
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Over 100 lots of silver coins and commemoratives, Weller, vintage clothing, NIB HO trains, music, records, record store display items & posters, tools, bobbleheads, advertising trade cards, flow blue, primitives, crocks, vintage kitchen, tube and other radios, sheet music, prints, furniture, religious items, glass and many items of special note and so much more!

Antique & Collectible Auction

Saturday, February 17th, 2018

Auction at 4 PM, Preview at 3 PM

Diamond Event Center 1480 Pearl Road (Rt. 42), Brunswick, Ohio 44212

Directions: Just south of the intersection of Routes 42 & 303 (Center Rd.)

Or 2 miles west of I-71, Rt 303 Brunswick exit. Or 10 miles east of Rt. 83.

A large auction full of variety! Over 100 lots of silver coins and commemoratives, Weller, vintage clothing, NIB HO trains, music, records, record store display items & posters, tools, bobbleheads, advertising trade cards, flow blue, primitives, crocks, vintage kitchen, tube and other radios, sheet music, prints, furniture, religious items, glass and many items of special note and so much more!

Come for an evening of fun and go home the winner of a treasure or two or more!

PRIMITIVES, CROCKS, KITCHEN: 11” tall, salt glaze, ovoid jug with strap handle, incised “XX”. 11” tall salt glaze, ovoid jug with some cobalt blue decoration. 11 1/2” tall beehive jug in dark brown. 7 1/2” tall, 2 tone straight side crock. 13 /2” tall ovoid crock with handles. #4 two tone straight side crock with blue “4” in blue heart. 13 3/4” old and in nice condition, wooden barrel or keg with 6 metal bands and both lids intact, faded stenciling on lids (whiskey, beer, wine, gun powder?). Long handled skimmer or sifter. 22 1/2” X 17” stained glass window. 11” diameter tin lined copper pan with 12” handle. 28 1/4” X 14 1/4” metal sign, Sakrete Cement Mix – Build And Repair, Ready To Use Mixes by Stout Industries. 18” X 12” metal sign, This Container For Cardboard Only. Newer and funny metal sign, 16” X 10” No Whining, No Crying, No Outright Blubbering, etc. Weather vane with eagle finial. Rolling, wooden slat shopping or market cart with bent wood handle. Shoe shine box. Wooden, yellow Coca-Cola crate, holds four 6 packs. Wooden, yellow Coca-Cola crate, holds 24 bottles. Wooden Cotton Club crate with twelve 1 quart bottles. Wooden Sunset Bottling Co. crate with 12 1 quart bottles. Oval, wicker laundry basket with 2 handles. Bullseye flat hand lamp with burner, early 1900's, possibly Dominion Glass. Galvanized water or oil can with spout. Wooden tote or caddy with divided interior and metal banding on handle and edges, 18 3/4” long X 11 3/4” wide. Hand carved, probably Anri, figural cigarette holder of man leaning over a barrel. Small, primitive, 1 door cabinet in white. Crate box with hinged lid in blue. Two 48” long, primitive, wood wall mount hook hangers. Newer, wooden wall shelf in green, 31” long X 18” tall. 24” long, wood with brass hooks coat or hat rack. Hand made hanging towel bar. 3 leg wooden milking stool with handle in old paint. Wall mount towel holder in wood with porcelain buttons. Wall mount book holder from back of church pew for hymnals. Cast iron, polychrome, flower basket door stop, 8 3/4” tall. Cast iron, lady's boot, figural match holder. Cast iron candlestick. Pair cast iron swans, about 6” long.

Enterprise No. 1, cast iron, open hopper, coffee grinder, Philadelphia, PA, Pat. Oct. 21.73. “Join Health and Cheer, Drink Hires Rootbeer” advertising, ceramic coaster by Villeroy & Boch, Mettlach, 4 3/4” diameter – the mugs are easily found but not the coasters! Set of 12 Griffith's spice jars in milk glass with red, metal lids and paper labels. 9” diameter Watt mixing bowl. Set of 3 Watt nesting bowls in ribbed “Star Flower” pattern, 6”, 5”, 4” in diameter. 2 nesting Fire King mixing bowls in the “Tulip” pattern, 8 1/4” and 7 1/4” diameter. Porcelain enamel basin in white with red trim, 14” diameter. Watt bowl, ribbed and banded in pink and blue, 7” diameter. Watt bowl, ribbed and banded in pink and blue with advertising for Lott Furniture, McComb, Mississippi, 8 1/2” diameter. 3 tier cake/pie/dish carrier or saver in cream with floral design, glass top knob and metal bale. Blue banded creamer or small pitcher. 17” X 13” oval, porcelain enamel basin in white with black trim. Keen Kutter KK22 grinder. Wood and cast iron coffee grinder. Cookbooks: Presto, Grandma's Recipes, Food Is Fun, Modern Food Stores copyright 1935, Betty Crocker, some product premium recipe booklets. Tongue and groove construction recipe and file boxes.

MUSIC, RECORDS, POSTERS, RECORD STORE DISPLAYS, RADIOS: Blacklight posters: Houston Blacklight & Poster Dist. Co.: 1969 #H837 “Op-Sun”, 1969 #HB34 “The Hunt”, 1970 #HB47 “War Queen”. 1971 , artist Craig Chrysle; “Hauling Ass”, “Peace Girl”. 1970, artist Claire Upshure “Phoenix”. 1970 “Satin Overlooking Paradise”. Other posters: Deep Purple - Purple Power in store display kit with 6 individual posters in original mailing tube. 13 duplicate Mylar posters “The Babys”. 14 duplicate posters Elton John Tumbleweed Connection. 1968 “Hair” Shubert Theater. Humble Pie Rockin' The Filmore. 1969 “Be Prepared” with pregnant girl in Girl Scout uniform. Cinema poster “La Guerre Est Finie”. 18” X 12” card stock, 1970's record release posters: artist Randy Tuten: Quicksilver “What About Me”, Tim Rose “Love, A Kind of Hate Story”, Fred Neil “Other Side of Life”, “Joy of Cooking”, Fouth Way “Werewolf”. Artist Rebecca Galeano “Sea Train”. Artist Jon Van Hamersveld: Goose Creek Symphony “Welcome To Goose Creek”, Brinsley Schwartz, Leo Kottke “Health First”, McGuinness Flint. 67” X 37” Neil Young “Harvest” poster, artist Tom Newson, 1972 Reprise Records.

Press release kits: Jethro Tull “Aqualung” - Reprise Records, Mott The Hoople – Atlantic Records, Elton John – Universal City Records, San Francisco – Atlantic Records. 7 box lots of 45 RPM records; promotional, DJ, radio station copies, RCA, Capitol, Liberty and many other recording labels, most in sleeves. Record albums: promo copies – many with white labels, many sealed Cauldron “Fifty Foot Hose”, Nirvana, T.K. Disco, Hamilton Face Band, Louis Huebner, Ruthann Friedman, Harvey Mason, Bill Evans, Leo Wright, Unobstructed Universe, Frank Morgan, Severance, Alvin Crow and many others. Box lot 33 RPM records: Bachman Turner, Zeppelin, Argent, Cat Stevens, Steppenwolf, Beach Boys, Beatles, Humble Pie, Grand Funk, others. Box lot with 33 RPM records: Mamas & Papas, Paul Revere & Raiders, Lovin' Spoonful, Rolling Stones, Surfaris, Yardbirds, others. Record album with 45 RPM records.

Beatles memorabilia: “Beatles Round The World” magazine 1964 No. 1, “The Beatles” magazine Vol. 1 No. 1 1960's, “The Official Beatles Yellow Submarine” magazine 1968, some second and third series trading cards. 52” X 18 3/4” Dell poster The Beatles, 1964.

Sheet music by the box lot, 1920's through 1940's. Columbia Grafonolas advertising yard stick. Zither No. 2 1/4, Made In USA, Pat. May 29, 1894, in black with eagle and gold tone decorations, many original strings.

Radios: Working, National Union G-515 tabletop AM tube radio made by Templetone Radio Mfg. Corp., serial #8557. Working, RCA Radiola 17 tabletop AM tube radio. Working, Pacific Radio Corp. “American” 3 band tube radio, shortwave, amateur, broadcast. Zenith K731 AM/FM tabletop radio. RCA AM/FM stereo cassette recorder with bass boost, portable radio, never out of box, model RP-7717. Crosley tube radio in floor model cabinet, model 124-1, serial #ABDA79401, cabinet has 2 doors. Untested, Philco floor model tube radio with turntable, model 42-1008. 31” X 15” speaker table with inlay on front.

SILVER COINS, COMMEMORATIVES: 21 silver dollars, Morgans & Peace including 1878S Morgan. Colonial, 1787 Fugio cent coin; Mind Your Business with sun and sundial, 13 linked chains and We Are One. Silver Liberty, Franklin and 1964 Kennedy half dollars. Silver quarters. Silver dimes. V nickles including 1886. Lincoln head penny book. US Bicentennial silver uncirculated set. 1996 US Olympic coins of the Atlanta Centennial games, silver $1 coins in cases with COA's. 1988 Olympic games uncirculated silver $1 in case with COA. 1996 Atlanta Olympic games clad half dollar in case with COA. USO silver proof $1 50th Anniversary commemorative coin in case with COA. 2001 Capitol Visitor Center silver proof $1 in case with COA. 1997 US Botanic Garden silver proof $1 in case with COA. US Botanic Garden coinage and currency set with silver $1, Jefferson nickel and uncirculated $1 bill. Smithsonian Institution 150th anniversary uncirculated silver $1 in case with COA. 1991 Korean War uncirculated silver $1 in case with COA. 1982 George Washington uncirculated silver half dollar in box with COA. Three 2000 silver eagles in color with COA's, 2 in sleeves and 1 in case. Two 1984 Olympic uncirculated silver $1 in sleeves. 2 Canadian $5 coins, 1 oz fine silver each. 1 ounce fine silver round with John Kennedy Jr. 1 ounce fine silver round, Happy Anniversary. 1996 silver proof sets. 1998 silver proof sets. 2004 US Mint 50 state quarters silver proof set. Black Revolutionary War Patriots Commemorative silver $1, Crispus Attucks, in sleeve with COA. 1996 National Community Service commemorative silver proof $1 in sleeve with COA. British Royal mint sets. Still sorting proof sets, uncirculated mint sets, foreign coins and others at press time.

VINTAGE TOYS, HO TRAINS: Tricycle in steel with wooden seat, 27” long overall. Well loved, child's ride on or pull toy horse with faux fur, stuffed with straw, plastic reins and bridle, metal base on wheels, possibly German, 19” tall and 20” long. Must see, child's miniature laundry or wash stand with wringer, 2 stave buckets, wooden washboard, when finished playing the legs come off and the stand folds up to form a box to hold the laundry day toys. Child's Casige sewing machine 1015, “Made In Germany, British Zone”, in very good condition. Lindstrom's “Little Miss” sewing machine, model 210, no electric component present. Porcelain over cast iron miniature bath tub on legs, 6 1/2” long. Plaphone 600, child's toy candlestick phone with working bell by Gong Bell Mfg., Pat. 1922. Miniature child's tin litho: pitcher by Ohio Art with Hey Diddle Diddle scene, pitcher with children and box of puppies, cup by Ohio Art with nursery rhyme characters, cup with Little Red Riding Hood. 3 celluloid animals in great condition, all marked USA, dog, lion and hen. Miniature cedar chest with metal banding by South Bend Toy Mfg., 13 1/2” long X 6 1/2” deep X 7 1/2” tall. Vintage, little girl's patent leather shoes in brown with silver tone buckles. Child's porcelain tea set, marked “Germany”, complete with 6 cups and saucers, 6 plates, teapot, creamer and sugar, decorated with violets and pink rims. 22” long doll cradle in wood with hand painted decoration. 19” long wooden doll cradle. Two bags of 100+ marbles from “my childhood” from an 80 year old woman. “Mystic Eye, Sees All, Knows All, Tells All” fortune telling game by Mister B. Industries. Working, 1960's Marx battery op Shop King in original box. Plastic piggy bank in blue with combination on snout by Revell Inc., copyright Ving Fuller, 7 1/2” tall overall and 9” long. 2 Princess phone pen holders by Junior Achievement, 1950's-60's, in white and turquoise with matching pens. Knapp Electric Questioner No. 325 game with many question cards in original wooden case, could not get to work. Working Emenee Golden Piano Accordion in original case with song book. Working, child's Schoenhut wooden piano with wooden bench, 20” tall.

HO Trains, all from one person who was going to set up a layout and never did, so they have never been run, never out of the boxes and some of the boxes are sealed: Bachmann, item #13316, HO Class J, 4-8-4 with smoke, headlight and tender steam locomotive, N & W (Norfolk & Western) #611. Atlas Locomotives: No. 8556, U33C S. Pacific, road #8631. No. 8615, C30-7, N & W (Black) road #8025. No. 8533, U33C Penn Central, road #6545. No. 8513, U33C Delaware & Hudson, road #754. Bachmann Premium HO scale Silver Series Rolling Stock: two 6 packs – 3 bay hopper, Reading and two 6 packs – 3 bay hopper, Conrail. Bachmann Plus HO scale powered locomotives with headlight: EMD F7A, Union Pacific #1468, item #11203 and EMD F7A, Pennsylvania #9566A, item # 11216. Walthers FM H10-44 locomotive, US Steel 932-1335. Athearn Special Edition HO locomotive #2204, Lehigh Valley F7A #576 and F7A #578. Proto Series 2000 HO SD7 locomotive #8254, EMD #991, General Motors Electro-Motive Locomotive. Proto Series 2000 HO GP18 locomotive #8857, Norfolk & Western #952. Proto Series 2000, 4 pack, 52' 6” drop end mill gondola, HO plastic model kits, Pittsburgh & Lake Erie, road #40081, 40136, 40225, 40344. 4 pack, Mantua HO heavy 41' steel box car, railbox, road #42756, 42757, 42758, 42759. Atlas HO freight car, 2 bay offset side hopper: No. 1858 LNE #15143, No. 1864, Erie #28279, No. 1860 Reading #64084, No. 1860 Reading #63786. Model Power HO recycle car in black, 50' combo box car 9031 Western Pacific, heavy duty girder bridge 121 Pennsylvania. 2 Accurail HO Vesuvius CRU., 1996, 40' AAR steel box cars. Preiser HO electric furnace crew 1010065 and blast furnace crew 1010064. Walthers HO 55' cushion-coil car: ATSF #92011 (932-3884) and Chicago & North Western #39608 (932-3886). Stewart Hobbies HO” #10224 H39, 70 ton 12 panel triple hopper Penn #671669, #10277 H39, 70 ton 12 panel triple hopper C & O #15149, #10279 H39, 70 ton 12 panel triple hopper C & O #151998. Bachmann Plasticville building kits: #45134 signal bridge, #45173 suburban station, #45131 cape cod house, #45172 pedestrian bridge. 2 billboards.

FURNITURE, CLOCKS, LAMPS, PRINTS: 39” X 20” coffee table with carved ends, legs and base, shaped glass on table top, dolphin feet. Demi lune table with shaped glass top. Lane cedar chest with key, labeled on inside, footed, in walnut. Blanket chest with plank bottom, 30 1/2” long X 20 1/4” deep X 17 3/4” tall. Beautiful, music cabinet with carved front. 1 door, 2 drawer stand 18” long X 16 3/4” deep X 28 1/4” tall. Wood bin with 1 curved side 24” long X 15 deep X 18” tall. Wrought iron wash stand with shaving mirror. Industrial, wooden chair with foot rest in old green paint, Dad was a barber and the children sat in this to get their hair cut. The Ohio Desk Co., oak, swivel office chair on casters with leather seat and back. Small wooden stool. Newer server in red with 2 doors over 1 shelf, 36” long X 14” deep X 30” tall. Wooden bench 24” long X 12 1/2” deep. 3 leg sewing or needlework stand, bucket shaped. Small humpback trunk, 26” long X 14 1/2” deep X 18 1/2” tall. 4 shelf, small Mission shelf in oak, 35” tall X 17” wide X 10” deep. Unusual demi lune smoking stand with swing out smoking tray. Clover leaf shape table with slender turned legs. 1960's washstand with 1 drawer and 2 side towel bars by Carl Forslund, Grand Rapids, Michigan. Dresser top mirror in green with gold accents, turned legs and base. Tell Karen, after 3 pm, all of the U.S. presidents that are represented in this sale and get the prizes.

2 ink and wash drawings of fishermen, framed 12 1/2” X 28 1/2”. Original oil on canvas of landscape, unsigned, framed 42 1/2” X 30 1/2”. Baby photo in oval embellished frame with convex glass, 25” X 19”. Photograph of Lakeshore Power Plant, circa 1945, framed 22' X 18”. Trifold mirror, 26 1/2” X 17 3/4”. 3 Albrect Durer woodcut reproduction prints, stamps dated 1949-51: 20 Melencolia, 15 Hercules At The Crossroads, 10 The Sea Monster. Farm scene print in shadow box frame, 20” X 15”. 3 watercolors, signed E.S. Bisset, landscape scenes, framed 12 3/4” X 7 3/4”. Still life print, framed 29” X 25”. Pair botanical prints, framed 19” X 23”. Print with a coyote looking down from a snow covered hill at the farm below, framed 17” X 13”. Working, marble base lamp urn shaped on pedestal with leaves. Working, alabaster and metal lamp base with matching alabaster finial.

VINTAGE CLOTHING, TEXTILES, LINENS: Metal basket weave box purse with white Lucite handle. Glass beaded purse, shell shaped with gold tone beads, frame and chain strap, lined in satin. Micro bead purse in white with pastel flowers, cloisonne decoration on clasp and frame, chain strap, tagged “Made In France”, lined in satin. Black bead box purse with braided strap and tassel by Alfred Sung. Hand tooled leather, spiked heel lady's pumps with label; “The New Mickey Mouse”. Vintage hankies; crocheted edgings, embroidered, prints, children's. Late 1800's to early 1900's, white cotton pantaloons with pin tucking and insert lace. Early 1900's white cotton blouse with lace collar and front opening, pin tucks and ¾ sleeves. Gorgeous and a must see item, early 1900's sheer, white blouse with sailor collar and long sleeves, embellished with insert lace and embroidery, button front, gathered edge at waist. Long sleeve, belted, yellow knit dress with zipper back, stand up crocheted collar and crocheted sleeve openings by Gloria Knits, California. Authentic, Austrian Dirndl, marked “SZ 40” (European sizing) with label, appears to be unworn and in like new condition. Billina black velvet, full length coat with drawstring neckline and sleeve cuffs, button front, black satin lining, marked size 8. Victoria black crushed velvet cape with collar, cotton lined. Navy and white tweed polyester and wool, long sleeve, drop waist belted dress, rolled collar, zipper back. Puritan Forever Young by Gloria Sanson red wool, belted dress with ¾ raglan sleeves and zipper back. Black velvet full length coat with rhinestone buttons and lined in black satin. Pendleton turquoise and green plaid jacket and skirt, fully lined. Dark green velvet gown with satin ribbon rose and panel down center back, short sleeves, trimmed around neckline and sleeves with gold braid, marked size 12 – great as a Renaissance gown or costume. Men’s hats with hat boxes: Adam tweed fedora size 7 1/8, Dobbs suede fedora size 6 7/8 in Stetson box, Bonds felt fedora size 7, unmarked wool fedora size M. Men's black, wool felt derby hat, size 7 ¼ “The Parker Hat”. Miniature Dobbs Fifth Avenue, N.Y. metal hat box. Men's bow ties, hanky pocket inserts with advertising. Men's 1970's platform, 2 tone leather disco shoes.

78” X 78” hand pieced and hand quilted Double Wedding Ring quilt in pastel colors. 76” X 64” hand pieced and hand quilted Bow Tie pattern quilt in mostly brighter pastels. Crocheted doilies, dresser scarves, huck toweling, table squares, bridge cloths in cutwork and lace. 47” X 50” white linen tablecloth with cutwork. 48” X 66” white on white linen tablecloth. 48” X 52” linen tablecloth. Like new, vintage pillowcases: crocheted and tatted edgings, embroidered.

PORCELAIN, GLASS, POTTERY, WELLER, FLOW BLUE: Weller: “Oak Leaf” bowl in tan, “Brighton” kingfisher flower frog, “Warwick” bud vase, “Blue Drapery” planter, blue gloss glaze planter, yellow flower frog, “Pierre” small pitcher in pink, “Blossom” vase in seafoam green, matte green planter, 3 “Delsa” vases, 7 1/2” tall “Dorsie” vase, 8” tall “Bouquet” vase, 2 “Roba” vases and cornucopia vase, “Senic” planter, juvenile bowl with rabbit and bird design, 8 1/2” tall vase, “Louwelsa” jug. Flow Blue: W. H. Grindley & Co. “Clarence” pattern; three 8 3/4” plates, three 9 3/4” plates, circa 1891-1914. Alfred Meakin “Messina” pattern, eleven 9” plates. Johnson Bros. “Holland” pattern, two 14 1/4” X 10 1/2” platters. New Wharf Pottery 10 1/2” X 8” platter in “Waldorf” pattern. Wood & Sons “Keswick” 12 1/4” shallow bowl. 12 Upper Hanley Furnivals England “Lotus” pattern cups and saucers. W. H. Grindley “Clover” pattern 14” X 10 1/2” platter. Rowland & Marsellus Co. soup cup and bowl. Ridgways “Ladas” plate. 2 Upper Hanley “Victoria” plates. Brush McCoy console bowl with built in molded flower frog and candle holders, incised 104-13 Brush USA. Krosno hand blown, purple jellyfish bowl, Polish art glass with original label. Goebel Thumper ashtray, incised “DIS 8” with full bee stamped mark. Blue, divided, ceramic baby feeding dish with water fill. Ovaltine Uncle Wiggily mug. 2 Marlbourough bone china children's bowls. Divided rag doll plate. Sourires “Nice Mice” 4 piece child's dish set. 4 piece child's pressed glass table set in original box. 2 bone china, Made in England, miniature tea sets. Limoges France miniature tea set. Holly Hobbie figurines in fabric clothing with original boxes and hang tags, never displayed, in excellent condition: “Picture Perfect”, “Friendship In Bloom” and “The Big Day”.

ITEMS OF SPECIAL NOTE, TRADE CARDS, EPHEMERA, RELIGIOUS, BOBBLEHEADS, TOOLS: Jordan #4 bench vise. Black & Decker, battery op, 18V drill with extra battery pack. Craftsman: 3/6” variable speed reversible drill, commercial circular saw with 7 1/2” blade, 4 1/2” angle grinder with manual in case, 1/4” and 3/8” drive socket wrench set, Kromedge 28 piece tap and hexagon die set, set of open end wrenches, sets of combination wrenches in metric and standard, set of ratcheting wrenches, miscellaneous wrenches and bits, 2 sets socket drives in standard and metric, socket sets. Box lots of various and assorted tools: wrenches, screwdrivers, files, keys, some locks, pliers, adjustable wrenches, snips, machining cutting blocks, hammers, mallets, pipe wrenches, punches, chisels, auger set. Craftsman 4 hp, 25 gallon compressor with hoses and instruction manual. Craftsman 10” radial arm saw featuring laser trac, on stand. Ryobi power washer, GVC 190, 3100 psi, 2.5 G.P.M. Stack-On 2 piece tool cabinet with keys. 18' aluminum extension ladder. 8' folding ladder. 4 drawer, 1 door tool bench. Set of 8 Buck Bros. Wood lathe knives, new in box. Two vintage Jorgensen adjustable hand screw clamps with jaw lengths of 14” and 8”.

Beveled shaving mirror with easel back, labeled; “Made In Vienna”. Carl Martiny (Diedenhofan) straight razor with celluloid handle. L. Wider & Sons, Germany straight razor with celluloid handle. Gillette Fat Boy safety razor in box with instructions and extra blades. The Pak Co. Travalong safety razor in box with instructions and extra blades. 1800's shaving mirror with turned harp. Folk art sculpture of bear in tree. 3 figural, brass bottle openers; parrot, elephant and goat, made in Canada.

The MacPherson Sketches of 1948” calendar in original sleeve, compliments of Mom's Restaurant & Cafe. “The End of The Trail” polychrome bookends. Cast iron horse drawn fire wagon. Trade cards: Arbuckle Bros., N.Y. City, Grind Your Coffee at Home trade card set, Pictorial History of US 35 out of 50, plus 2 from World series. Set of 3 with cats in comical situations with advertising from F.P. Marshall, Wall and Ceiling Decorator, Brunswick, Medina County, Ohio. 18 various and assorted trade cards from: Dr. Kilmer's female remedy, Swap Root, Meadow Plant Ointment, Twin Brothers Yeast Cakes, Gunter Grocer, E.W. Hoyt, Capital City Dairy, E.P. Waite & Co. Crayon Portrait Artists, Rising Sun Stove Polish, Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, Ayer's Hair Vigor, Seneca Glass. Other assorted and various trade cards from: White Sewing Machine, Quaker State & New Tariff Ranges, Bissell Sweepers, Satin Armuir & Fast Black Twills, Woolson Spice, Hartmann Cultivator, Mellier's Perfumes, Enameline Harter's A No. 1 Flour, Ivy Pleasure Club, Merrick's, Larkin & Co. and many others.

Religious items: 16” tall plaster or chalkware statue of St. Anthony. 26” tall plaster statue of the Virgin Mary. Wood marquetry picture of the Virgin Mary with baby, framed 6 3/4” X 9”, from Poland, label on verso translates to “Artistic Folk Art” Zbigniew Lemanski. 11” X 13” framed print “Madonna of The Streets”, originally painted by Roberto Ferruzzi. Victorian shrine – Petition to the Blessed Virgin in elaborate shadowbox frame, 18” X 14”. The Immaculate Heart of Mary print in arched frame, 17 1/2” X 13 3/4”. Framed Last Supper litho, 33” X 17”. Celluloid prayer books, one is in Polish, one is marked Made in France. Small nightstand Bible. Hummel flower Madonna with closed halo, HUM/III, TMK 3. Goebel monk mug and creamer. 19” long, hanging, plaster crucifix in white. 8” long pierced brass crucifix. 13” long wooden, hanging crucifix with last rites holy water and candles inside. 18” long X 11” wide, framed with convex glass, Madonna with foil background and dried flowers. 2 embossed copper wall plaques with Madonna. Pierced brass frame with brass Madonna on velveteen, can hang or sit. “Made In Italy” Madonna And child on wood with painted gold borders. Creative Arts, Inc. 1964 “Prayer” wall plaque of praying hands. Religious statues and figures: Madonna by Roman, pewter Madonna with wood back and stone base, Christ with lambs planter, 2 small manger scenes marked “Made In Italy”. “Prayer” praying hands, plaster bookends in white. Many rosaries and pieces of religious jewelry, medals, pins, etc.

Bobbleheads & Nodders: Herman World Pee Wee's Playhouse, Bosley Bobbers - Dennis The Menace, Alfalfa and Buckwheat, BD & A Superman, Bobble Dobbles Planet Hollywood, Funko Inc. Sprout (Green Giant), BD & A Orange County Choppers – Mikey “Taking Out The Trash”, Paul Sr., Paul Jr., Buddy Lee – Lee dungarees, Bobble Dobbles Regency Windows, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo – Timmy The Gorilla, Funko Inc. Uncle Sam, Fun 4 All talking Crocodile Hunter, Native American Indian.

International: Hand carved and hand painted wooden, 2 piece egg from Poland, 8” tall, has scene of dancing rabbits dressed in Polish style clothing with note dated 1938. Nesting dolls, all hand painted: Poland 4 piece with house, mother and child. Poland 3 piece set with mouse, mother and child. Poland 3 piece set with sailor family. Unmarked 4 piece set family. USSR 3 piece set of ladies. USSR 5 piece set of ladies. USSR 7 piece set of people. Unmarked 3 piece set of ladies. 8 1/2” tall hand painted lady doll in wood., single figure not a nesting doll.

**(Please note: Zinger winners can only win once from Oct. 2017 through May 2018. This will make it more fun for more people! And the questions are getting harder, so stay tuned! And we may sometimes have more than one Zinger per night!)

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8. Antique & vintage toys may not meet today’s requirements for lead based paints, small pieces removable and/ or otherwise and age recommendations. Therefore, all toys are sold as collectible items for adult use only.

9. Antique & vintage linens, clothing, textiles are sold for collectible and display purposes only.

10. MBA, LLC rarely takes written reserves however, there may be a few items in this auction that have one. The reserve is a confidential agreement between MBA, LLC and the consignor. MBA, LLC shall execute the reserve on behalf of the consignor.

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